Amaryllis Siniossoglou (Visual and Performing Arts) has been selected to be among 30 artists participating to the forum of the 19th International Triennial of Original Graphic Prints – Graphic Art of the Balkan Countries in Grenchen, Switzerland. The show is composed of works by famous authors from Ambania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Turkey.
She also has been selected among 43 artists, members of the Greek Printmakers’ Association, to participate to The Athens Print Fest ’12 / Second Edition (Plan B), organized by the City of Athens Culture, Sports and Youth Organization (OPANDA) and the Greek Printmakers’ Association. The print exhibition at MIET- Cultural Institute of the National Bank of Greece is part of a series of events, lectures, workshops, conferences and performances that will take place between October 1-28, 2012.
Siniossoglou also has been selected to exhibit her prints at the seventh biennial International Miniature Print Exhibition in Vancouver, Canada. The jury for BIMPE VII has been announced as Jennifer Page of Cape Fear Press, Anna Szul of the Society of Northern Alberta Print-Artists, and Sam Davidson of Davidson Galleries. This exhibition is a showcase for small scale works measuring no more than 15cm × 10cm, and is open to images made using all printmaking techniques from traditional line etching to contemporary digital processes.
Ash also exhibited her prints at Nature & the City at the Goddard House in Worcester from April 22 to May 20.
Frechette Participates in 5K in Honor of Candace Allen Scola
On July 14, 2012, Julie Frechette (Communication) represented WSU for the second time in honor of Candace Allen Scola by raising funds and running the 5th annual 5k “Nicole’s . . .